It may sound sensible for those who want to change their behavior to seek out expert advice. But recent research from Wharton’s Lauren Eskreis-Winkler and University of Chicago’s Ayelet Fishbach suggests that giving, rather than receiving, advice is a much more effective way to convince those sitting on the sidelines to change. The act of giving advice inspires confidence and encourages advice-givers to reflect on the words of wisdom they are imparting, key ingredients for motivation. • Here’s what people are saying.
Excerpt from LinkedIn Daily Rundown published on August 24, 2018